really robust internet presence, so there is a lot to read online.
remarkably drab: no carving on the wooden posts, no glaze on the pots, no objects made of shell or feathers, hardly any jewelry. At most archaeological sites one would speculate that artistic activity was focused on things that don't survive, like the feather cloaks that we know were valued objects among the Indians of eastern North America. But at Must Farm, even feathers survive. Perhaps the people were too focused on keeping away from the enemies who eventually chased them out of their home.